If you have been a longtime user of TweetDeck, then you will probably login with a set of credentials made specifically for the app. However, as Twitter announced, from March 31st, these will become obsolete.
This means, that if you have been using an email address and password, this change will affect you, however, if you have been logging in with you Twitter credentials, then, there’s no need to worry.
Twitter decided to go ahead with the change, as logging in this way helps users enable security features – such as two-step authentication – while taking full advantage of its great teams feature that has just rolled out.
Users can migrate today, by clicking the ‘Switch‘ button on the banner at the top of the screen and follow the instructions. After the migration, the accounts and columns set-up will stay intact; Twitter states that only the way users log in will change.
Hurry up and do the migration before March 31st and get to keep your accounts!
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